K-Pop star Jung Joon-young has admitted to secretly filming sexual encounters with women and sharing the footage online.

The scandal has rocked the industry and has ended the career of the 30-year-old star, who stands accused by police of taping at least 10 sexual encounters.

Jung has admitted his guilt, saying he took videos of women without their consent and shared them using the KakaoTalk app.

“I will faithfully cooperate with an investigation by police that will start on Thursday and I will readily accept whatever punishment is in store for me,” Jung said in a statement.

“I acknowledge all my sins and actions in connection with what is being said about me about the allegations. Throughout the rest of my life, I will repent on my immoral and illegal acts that constitute crimes,” he continued.

This isn’t the first time Jung has been accused of filming sexual encounters. An ex-girlfriend made an allegation against him in 2016, but she ultimately withdrew the charge.


This case is just the latest of the growing number of K-pop related sex scandals. K-pop star Seung-ri, who is a member of the boy band Big Bang, allegedly tried to procure sex workers for investors. He denies these allegations.

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